dannniii:

“There is some kind of a sweet innocence in being human- in not having to be just happy or just sad- in the nature of being able to be both broken and whole, at the same time.”

— C. JoyBell C. (via observando)

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pggyolson:

Jesse and Celine met 20 years ago today in Vienna (16/06/1994)

I’ll carry you. You’ll carry me
That’s how it could be
Don’t you know me?
Don’t you know me by now?
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"If you ride like lightning, you’re going to crash like thunder"

"If you ride like lightning, you’re going to crash like thunder"

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crashinglybeautiful:

"I fell in love with Tibet because their essential mission was to keep a continual stream of prayer. To me they kept the world from spinning out of control just by being a civilization on the roof of the world in that continuous state of prayer. The prayers are etched on wheels, they feel them with their hands like braille and turn them. It’s spinning prayer like cloth. That was my perception as a young person. I didn’t quite understand the whole thing but I felt protected. We grew up at a time when nuclear war seemed imminent with air raid drills and lying on the floor under your school desk. To counterbalance that destruction was this civilization of monks living high in the Himalayas who were continuously praying for us, for the planet and for all of nature. That made me feel safe."
—Patti Smith in an interview with Thurston Moore for Bomb Magazine, 1996.
Photography Credit: Linda Smith Bianucci, Patti Smith, Paris, 1969
via: parabola-magazine.

crashinglybeautiful:

"I fell in love with Tibet because their essential mission was to keep a continual stream of prayer. To me they kept the world from spinning out of control just by being a civilization on the roof of the world in that continuous state of prayer. The prayers are etched on wheels, they feel them with their hands like braille and turn them. It’s spinning prayer like cloth. That was my perception as a young person. I didn’t quite understand the whole thing but I felt protected. We grew up at a time when nuclear war seemed imminent with air raid drills and lying on the floor under your school desk. To counterbalance that destruction was this civilization of monks living high in the Himalayas who were continuously praying for us, for the planet and for all of nature. That made me feel safe."

—Patti Smith in an interview with Thurston Moore for Bomb Magazine, 1996.

Photography Credit: Linda Smith Bianucci, Patti Smith, Paris, 1969

via: parabola-magazine.

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Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin at Cannes film festivals, France On May 15, 1974.
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tattooedzombiegirl:

“Your vagina is supposed to smell like a vagina, not a mango. If your partner complains about the natural smell or taste of your vagina, they can go fuck a mango.”

lingeringlilies  (via whitegirlsaintshit)

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beforeiloveandleaveyou:

“This is one more piece of advice I have for you: don’t get impatient. Even if things are so tangled up you can’t do anything, don’t get desperate or blow a fuse and start yanking on one particular thread before it’s ready to come undone. You have to figure it’s going to be a long process and that you’ll work on things slowly, one at a time.”

— Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood  (via harukimuracallme)

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islayme:

Jenny Holzer, Survival Series, 1983-85

islayme:

Jenny Holzer, Survival Series1983-85

exhibition-ism:

Conrad Jon Godly's incredible and dramatic mountain-scapes